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12/3/18

University of the Pacific to discontinue field hockey

University of the Pacific announced today the difficult decision to discontinue its NCAA Division I field hockey program on June 30, 2019, as part of the university’s budget reduction plan. more

Pacific report, conference to break down region’s wellbeing, workforce skills
11/30/18

Pacific report, conference to break down region’s wellbeing, workforce skills

This year's State of the North San Jaoquin Valley Conference will focus on helping area workers gain the skills they will need for jobs today and into the future. more

McGeorge grad driven to advocate for others
11/29/18

McGeorge grad driven to advocate for others

My Tien Doan, a student at Pacific's McGeorge School of Law, discovered her purpose through anger and frustration-with discrimination, inequality, stereotypes and her inability as a young child to help her immigrant parents. more

11/28/18

Community college partnerships smooth path for transfer students to fulfill college dreams

Through agreements with the community colleges, students can receive guaranteed acceptance and a more affordable, seamless pathway to complete their education at Pacific. more

11/28/18

From grove to garden: Pacific redwoods reclaimed are students' gain

Pacific students transform felled redwoods into beautiful furnishings for the Robb Garden. more

Alumna creates COP's first Hispanic scholarship
11/13/18

Alumna creates COP's first Hispanic scholarship

Mary Ann Gomez Orta and her husband, Carlos, are taking aim at a problem that faces many university students in their last two years of college: dwindling financial aid. more

Veterans Day honor: Help for guardsman’s family draws the Patriot Award for Richards
11/12/18

Veterans Day honor: Help for guardsman’s family draws the Patriot Award for Richards

Learning and Developement Assistant Director Shani Richards receives the Patriot Award from the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve program. more

Vietnam veteran discovers it's not too late to learn
11/5/18

Vietnam veteran discovers it's not too late to learn

Vietnam veteran John Hinkel's return to school began as a way to make up for mistakes in his past and to see what kind of student he could become. more

Pacific again recognized as "Green College" by Princeton Review
11/5/18

Pacific again recognized as "Green College" by Princeton Review

This is the eighth year Pacific has been selected for this guide, which lists colleges and universities with a strong commitment to sustainability. more

New York Times chairman speaks about truth, media and democracy
11/2/18

New York Times chairman speaks about truth, media and democracy

Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr. brought his defense of journalism to Pacific, Oct. 26, in a talk entitled “The Impact of Media and Truth on Democracy.” more

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